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VEGAS RESTAURANT ROUNDUP: Au Revoir Aureole, Hi there ‘High Chef’ stars, Vic’s, & Durango Meals Corridor

Posted on: February 13, 2023, 05:31h. 

Final up to date on: February 13, 2023, 05:36h.

After 20 years as its personal Mandalay Bay vacationer attraction, Chef Charlie Palmer’s Aureole at Mandalay Bay is closing. And its gravity-defying “wine angels,” who fetch classic bottles from its four-story wine tower? They’ll float off to different jobs, hopefully.

Aureole wine angel
The wine angels, who for 20 years have hoisted themselves up and round a four-story wine tower at Charlie Palmer’s Aureole at Mandalay Bay, are quickly to turn out to be an extinct Las Vegas species. (Picture: Pinterest)
Bryan and Michael Voltaggio
Brothers Bryan and Michael Voltaggio are opening Retro by Voltaggio within the former Aureole house. (Picture: The Meals Community)

“The restaurant will all the time carry fond recollections for me and the crew we constructed collectively,” Palmer stated in a press launch. “We’re proud that Aureole served as an incubator for unimaginable cooks, sommeliers and front-of-house service groups which have since gone on to steer the subsequent technology of hospitality.”

The house will yield to Retro by Voltaggio, an American family-style eating idea from “High Chef” stars Michael and Bryan Voltaggio. That includes classics corresponding to lobster Thermidor, pot roast and Caesar salad, it is going to debut this spring as what MGM Resorts refers to as a “one 12 months culinary residency.”

The Meals Channel-famous brothers beforehand had two comparable residencies at Bellagio, and MGM Nationwide Harbor hosts their Voltaggio Brothers Steak Home. Presumably, a “culinary residency” is a well mannered approach of stating that, if the short-term eatery is a runaway success, will probably be made everlasting.

Stations’ Meals Stations

Durango Resort, the $750 million on line casino resort from Station Casinos ending up building in southwest Las Vegas, has introduced particulars of the meals corridor that can launch with the property in fall 2023. (Buffets in new inns at the moment are a factor of the Vegas previous.)  Among the many eateries occupying the 25,000-square-foot house, designed by Hatch Design Group, will likely be:

  • Fiorella: An outpost of the Philadelphia pasta bar by James Beard Award-winning chef Marc Vetri.
  • Yu-Or-Mi Sushi: This hipster Japanese restaurant expands from downtown Vegas that includes contemporary sushi and vegan dishes.
  • Irv’s Burgers: An LA establishment additionally well-known for its scorching canines, pastrami sandwiches and chili cheese fries.
  • Prince Avenue Pizza: A Manhattan pizzeria recognized for Sicilian pies.
  • Uncle Paulie’s: A celebration of the New York deli breakfast sandwich.
  • Shang Artisan Noodle: Dumplings, noodle soups, and chow mein dishes from a profitable native Vegas kitchen.
  • Oyster Bar: Freshly shucked oysters and housemade chowders and gumbo comply with this fashionable oyster bar from Palace Station.
  • Nielsen’s Frozen Custard: This model is thought for its decadent custards and concretes.
Vic's Las Vegas
Vegas Vic overlooks Vic’s Las Vegas in Symphony Park. (Picture: Vic’s Las Vegas)

Additionally on faucet at Durango’s meals corridor are a Mexican outlet from Clique Hospitality, a  steakhouse by Chef Danny Ye, and a coastal grill restaurant from a bunch referred to as Lettuce Entertain You.

A Good Signal

Vic’s Las Vegas — a brand new Italian bistro and jazz membership developed by Porchlight Hospitality — opened in Symphony Park downtown final week with a uniquely Las Vegas theme. The Vic in query is none aside from Vegas Vic of the well-known Fremont Avenue signal. And, lest you overlook whereas having fun with your Miles Davis tunes and crispy eggplant with marinated Castelvetrano olives ready by Chef Miguel Magana, the 8,560 square-foot venue encompasses a 20-foot duplicate of the neon legend overlooking its two out of doors patios. For more information, go to vicslasvegas.com.